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Best of the Web for Superbowl and Tu B'shvat


This week was a busy one - we watched the Superbowl and celebrated Tu B'Shvat and brought you a lot of new recipes and content. Here are our favorite JoK posts from this week, and our top picks from around the web!

Brown Bread

I wrote about the fun day I had baking bread.

pasta maker

Tamar had fun learning to use her new pasta maker.

blue fish1

Ronnie Fein brought us a great fish dinner for a low cost.


Did you know that chocolate actually has some health benefits? Tamar explains.

Our Favorites from Around The Web:


These chocolate icebox cookies look so pretty - I like the fact that you can prepare the dough and keep it frozen until you are ready to bake the cookies.


This warm vegetable curry is the perfect vegetarian meal for a week night - add in some tofu, or leave out the yogurt and add in chicken.


Bump up the flavor of your regular oatmeal with dates and nuts.


These deep fried treats are filled with nutella - a taste of heaven. I plan on bookmarking this recipe and using it next Chanukah - if I can wait that long.

Nothing quite like a warm thick lentil soup on a cold winter's night - and this one is perfect to make in your slow cooker.


Featured image referes to our Interview with the authors of the Best of Mexican Kosher Cooking and their Drunken Chicken.